Romance / Fantasy

She No Longer Believes in Magic – But Does Magic Still Believe in Her?

July 5, 2013
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Indie author Sydney Logan

At the age of thirteen, Angelina Clark cast an Appalachian love spell. She would be beautiful and gifted, and at the age of twenty-one she would find her true love.

But her father’s death and her mother’s failing health have shaken Angelina’s magical faith to its core. As her twenty-first birthday approaches, she refuses to practice her supernatural gifts and no longer believes in the spell.

That is, until Dylan Thomas arrives on her porch.

July 4 Is ‘Mountain Charm’ Book Launch Day

Mountain Charm
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In Sydney Logan‘s novel “Mountain Charm” Dylan has traveled to Maple Ridge to write a story about Appalachian witchcraft. While everyone is convinced that Dylan is her true love, Angelina remains skeptical.

Despite their bickering, sparks fly.

But can Dylan prove his love is real, spell or no spell?

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The Indie Author Life

In a recent guest post on librarygirlreads, Sydney Logan revealed how her musical tastes have changed, and how it’s affected her writing:

I was definitely a child of the 80s. Michael Jackson. Madonna. Stevie Nicks. But then came the 90s, and with it a shift from 80s synthesizers to 90s grunge. For me, grunge was loud and dark and didn’t really interest me at all, so my love of music shifted to country music. Living in Tennessee makes it hard to avoid country music, but I’d managed it until Reba came along. Then there was Garth Brooks and Vince Gill, and with them, my absolute devotion to country music weaved its way into my heart.

In my new book, Mountain Charm, Angelina Clark owns a music store that sells Appalachian instruments. My dad plays bluegrass and has even built a few instruments over the years, so having a character whose life is so integrated in music wasn’t a real stretch for me to write. She also loves Stevie Nicks. :)

Read much more here.

And have a look at the trailer for “Mountain Charm”:

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One Response to She No Longer Believes in Magic – But Does Magic Still Believe in Her?

  1. July 6, 2013 at 1:34 pm

    It was nice to meet you, Bill. Thanks for having me!

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